Colloquium Fontys Venlo
Description of the colloquium concept.
Software Engineering/Business Informatics Spring 2018
Motivation and purpose (Dutch)
Motivation and purpose (German)
Agenda spring semester 2018
|Location is always Building W1 lecture room (collegezaal) 1.03.|
|Date||Time||Subject/Speaker||Company or institute|
From Zero to Hero with Oracle Application Express as Low-Code framework
Niels de Bruijn, MT-AG Business Unit Manager APEX
|2018-02-14||-||NOT available, spring holiday||NOT available|
DBS exam walkthrough
|2018-03-07||12:20-13:05||Where to code next?
Where to code next will give you a hands-on experience on mobile, wearables, IoT, VR, RPA. A down to earth advice from a Google Developer Expert on how to shape your future and choose the right path for your career. Expect Android Automotive in prototype car, robots and computer vision solutions.Marius Mailat (CTO P3 digital services GmbH, Google Developer Expert on Android)
ALDA Assessment retake preparation
For retake candidates of TIKSE and TIKBI only.
Geertjan Wielenga, Product manager and evangelist Oracle-Jet and Apache-NetBeans.
|2018-04-04||-||NOT available, project and exam week||NOT available|
DBS1 Assessment retake preparation
For retake candidates of TIPA, TIPB and TIPC and any one else that wants to participate .
Being a 2016 alumnus of the study program Software Engineering in Venlo, Jonas Verhoelen works as IT consultant and developer at codecentric AG in Solingen, doing agile software development in the field of microservices, with tools like Java, TypeScript, ReactJS and Kubernetes. Next to that, he is busy in the field of blockchains and Distributed Ledger Technology for future-oriented applications. More specifically, in his focus are components of the project Hyperledger.
|2018-05-02||-||NOT available, spring holiday||NOT available|
|2018-05-09||12:20-13:05||Elixir and Phoenix
Functional Languages rising from the ashes with bleeding edge web applications?
An Intro to Elixir and Phoenix by Luc Tielen en Hans Kenis of kabisa.nl
|2018-05-16||12:20-13:05||Tech Vision, technology trends shaping the future of business, by Tom Ghelen of Accenture.|
|2018-05-23||12:20-13:05||Since the advance of Deep Learning technologies,
in particular that of 2D image and video processing,
new standards have been set for (higher) quality and (lesser) effort.
The same applies to 1D processing but perhaps at a slower pace,
getting less attention in our courses at the moment,
when compared to 2D Deep Learning.
In the 1D technology domain we think of applications for unstructured text mining,
stock price prediction, music generation,
Natural Language Processing etc.
We have three company impressions on this theme
and conclude with a forum discussion in order to fuel the discussion on
implications for our software engineering curriculum.
Han Stoffels, CEO 8vmt
Roy Lenders,CEO Genzai B.V.
Mark Keinhörster,Data Scientist codecentric
John Wijnen , Pulse.nl
The programs for 2006-2018.
Pieter van den Hombergh Last modified: Sat 2012-02-19 11:47.